Today I share with you a photo of John Wesley Linton and wife Emma Adelaide Proctor, and two of their children. With a bit of thought and research I believe I can tell you which of their five children are in the photo. Let’s start with a little […]
Logan County Funeral Home Records by Logan County Historical Society Logan County, Kentucky Jesse Wheeler Linton, age 69, housewife, born June 16, 1898, in Logan County, Kentucky, to George W. Wheeler and Margaret Stewart, died March 9, 1968, buried at Maple Grove Cemetery, Russellville, Kentucky. Spouse – Daniel […]
During our visit to Logan County, Kentucky, in March of 2013, Ritchey and I were fortunate to meet a Linton cousin – Garwood Linton! He is also a descendant of Captain John Hancock Linton through son Benjamin Franklin Linton. I descend from Captain John’s son William and his […]
Many times I have mentioned Captain John Linton, my 5th great-grandfather, captain of the Loudoun Militia during the Revolutionary War. In 1818, at the age of 68 he moved from Virginia to Washington County, Kentucky. All of his children moved to Kentucky, most stayed in Washington County, but […]
John Wesley Linton was born 169 years ago – November 14, 1843 – in Logan County, Kentucky. John was the son of Benjamin Burkette Linton and Nancy Jane Newman. He married Emma Adelaide Proctor in 1869. John and Emma had 5 children: Benjamin Proctor, John Warder, James Thomas, […]
John Warder Linton was born 137 years ago – June 20, 1875 – in Logan County, Kentucky. John was the son of John Wesley Linton and Emma Adelaide Proctor. He married Eugenia Bell Howard. They had 2 children: Martha Elizabeth and Eugenia Howard Linton.
The News-Democrat – March 4, 1937 Russellvill, Kentucky – Logan County Mrs. Warder Linton Friends throughout the city and county were shocked to learn of the sudden death of Mrs. Eugenia Howard Linton, which occurred early Sunday morning at the residence on Ninth Street. While she had not […]